The challenge of clearing Halo 2 island at the most difficult level without dying is considered “impossible” by the player community.
After 40 days of tryhard, the gamer with the nicknam “JerValiN” has successfully conquered the challenge considered “impossible” in the shooting game Halo 2.
In mid-June, streamer Charles “Cr1tikal” White Jr posed a challenge to the entire Halo 2 player community. The challenge is called “Halo 2 Deathless LASO”, requiring players to complete this game with Hardest level without dying even once.
Streamer Cr1tikal will award $ 5,000 to anyone who completes the challenge, provided that it must be broadcast live to avoid cheating, editing and cutting styles. However, because of the hardcore of this challenge, for a month in a row, no one could complete it, so Cr1tikal strongly raised the reward to $20,000.
This challenge is considered “impossible” for the Halo 2 player community, even no one has completed the game, at any level without dying even once during the nearly 20 years of its release. , let alone the most difficult level as the challenge “Halo 2 LASO” poses.
JerValiN has been a challenger since day one. More than 400 hours of stream, 10 hours of tryhard every day, all just to serve the goal of completing “Halo 2 LASO”.
In the video summarizing the more than 40-day journey of the challenge, Cr1tikal said the number of participants reached more than 2000 people, but only more than 25 people passed the first stage and of course failed in the next levels. .
The 4 players who go the farthest have very close achievements, in about 1-2 levels, but they don’t last too long. Some players try to find bugs, small tricks in the game to make the challenge “easier to eat”, but it doesn’t seem to be very effective.
However, JerValiN was quite calm in the process of breaking this impossible challenge
“I did it, I did it guys, look at this”, only when completing the challenge, JerValiN was overjoyed.
JerValiN’s achievements earned him much praise from the player community, including famous strearmers of the game such as Remy “Mint Blitz” and Luc “HiddenXperia”. Emanuel Lovejoy, the coach of Cloud 9 – the most successful professional Halo team at the moment, called JerValiN a “Halo prodigy”.
Halo pro player Kyle Elam shared that he and his colleagues on the Spacestation team even paused training to watch JerValiN clear the challenge. They broke down when JerValiN completed the last level.
Cr1tikal said he is extremely happy that after so many days of anticipation, someone finally completed his challenge, even though it means losing $20,000 for Cr1tikal.
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